[Deal Alert] The Footloose 2011 Soundtrack Is Free On Google Play, Plus Juno, Dazed & Confused, The Crow, And The Fault In Our Stars For 99¢ Each
I’m still wondering who was really asking for a remake of the original Footloose, but if you enjoyed the 2011 version, the soundtrack probably had a lot to do with it. The movie’s licensed music, most of which isn’t available in single tracks, is now free on the Google Play Store. As with most of these free albums, your mileage may vary – it’s a free download in the United States, but may not be available elsewhere. The 2014 album Kuntry Livin’ from rap/country fusion group Big Smo (cringe) is also free today.
If that’s not enough for you, four more film soundtracks are available for just a dollar each: Dazed and Confused from 1993, The Crow from 1994, Juno from 2007, and The Fault In Our Stars from 2014. Like the Footloose soundtrack, all four albums have songs that aren’t available as individual purchases elsewhere in the Play Store.
For both the freebies and the discounted albums, add them to your Google account and you’ll be able to listen in the Google Play Music web interface and apps on any device. If you happen to spot any other free or discounted albums, let us know in the comments, and be sure to post which country you’re accessing the store from.